Monday, October 22, 2012

Awesome Behind The Scenes Photos from Horror Movies

"The Shining"

"Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2"

Taking a break on the set of "Aliens"

"The Shining"

Leonardo DiCaprio on the set of "Critters 3"

Freddy Krueger stretching his face

"Jaws"

"Pet Sematary"

Alfred Hitchcock grabs Janet Leigh's face on the set of "Psycho"

The twin girls on the set of "The Shining"

"Frankenstein"

Heath Ledger in "The Dark Knight"

"King Kong vs. Godzilla"

Drew Barrymore gets bloodied up during the filming of "Scream"

"The Omen"

Johnny Depp smoking a blunt and holding a super-soaker on the set of "Sleepy Hollow"

"Silence Of The Lambs"

Pennywise getting his makeup done on the set of "It"

"The Incredible Shrinking Man"

Special effects artist, Tony Pantanella, gets a zombie ready on "Night Of The Living Dead"

Pennywise chillin' on a porch


"The Birds"

Hannibal Lector eating a french fry

Steven Spielberg in the jaws of "Jaws"

"Young Frankenstein"

"The Fly"

"Rosemary's Baby"

"The Exorcist"

"Saw"

Wes Craven shows Drew Barrymore a butcher knife on the set of "Scream"

"Halloween"

"The Gate"

Freddy chillin' with his walkman on the set of "Nightmare On Elm Street"

"Child's Play"

"Gremlins"

Nick Castle as Michael Myers

"Carrie"

1941's "The Wolfman"

(via BuzzFeed)

10 comments:

  1. What a great collection of candid photographs from some classic horror films. Wish I was there!

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  3. Some of these where just... wrong....

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  4. Jonny Depp isn't smoking a blunt. he rolls his own cigarrettes.

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  5. Never knew it could be that casual considering how I almost shit my pants with these movies.

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